A journey through Roman’s architecture period, Islamic, to contemporary. A selection of Lisbon’s architecture throughout several historical periods, exploring the city development.
Come and live the “city of light” culture, experiencing it’s heritage, traditions and dynamics allied to the gastronomy.
«Over seven hills, witch are as many points of observation whence the most magnificent panoramas may be enjoyed, the vast irregular and many-coloured mass of houses that constitute Lisbon is scattered.
For the traveller who comes in from the sea, Lisbon, even from afar, rises like a fair vision in a dream, clear-cut against a bright blue sky which the sun gladdens with its gold. And the domes, the monuments, the old castles jut up above the mass of houses, like far-off heralds of this delightful seat, of this blessed region.»
Fernando Pessoa , What the Tourist Should See, Lisbon, 1925
Aires Mateus, Carrilho da Graça, Frederico Valsassina, Gonçalo Byrne, Manuel Salgado, Gonçalo Ribeiro Teles, Januário Godinho de Almeida, Joana Vilhena, PROAP, Ricardo Carvalho, Ruy Athouguia, Siza Vieira, Souto Moura.